On October 8th, 2014, the Centre for Sustainable Development Studies in partnership with Donkey Bakery hosted a free movie screening of “Lives Worth Living” (Neudel, 2011). An audience of roughly 70 people attended, and later participated in a discussion regarding the film, and by extension, the rights of people with disabilities (PwD). The film itself chronicled the rise of the Disability Rights Movement in the United States, its...
2014 is coming to and end, which plans have you finished and which targets have you reached so far? Let speed up this time with a lot of different opportunities for students and young professionals who love to take the lead and make changes that we will share in this post
A free movie night presented by Donkey Bakery in partnership with CSDS: “Lives Worth Living” (English with Vietnamese subtitles). This is a documentary showing how American people with disabilities, one of the largest minorities in the US, rallied together to demand equal civil rights and opportunities.
While in Vietnam, as an ambassador for the United States, I felt a duty to understand the effects of the shameful decisions my country made and contribute my time to a prevailing tragedy that we created. We can’t take back events in history, but we can work together to ensure a brighter future.
As we promised, now we continue to introduce some more opportunities for youth leaders and activists. Where do you want to go? Canada, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand? Check this out!
In this June, CSDS would like to show you some opportunities for NGO professionals. All entrepreneurship lovers and change makers, may want to check out and attend international conferences, broaden your mind and get ready for new challenges. Almost of these opportunities are fully or partially funded. Hurry up because their deadlines are almost in June.
If you are change makers and youth leaders, let’s grab these amazing opportunities to discover the world and blow your minds. All their deadlines are in May
“Learning is experience. Everything else is just information”.
What do you remember from the place where you have probably spend a significant part of your life so far? Maybe this one teacher or that course you loved. It’s honest to say though that school is for many a ‘have to’ instead of ‘want to’.
I had two amazing weeks attending a work camp with volunteers from a range of countries. Our team had nine people from six countries, including the UK, Mexico, Spain, Ukraine, Slovakia and Turkey, making it very interesting. Additionally, there were nearly 100 teenage participants from over ten countries neighbouring Estonia.